Situated on the ravine of Cedarvale Park in Mid-town Toronto, a futuristic home makes a statement within the quiet neighbourhood. Designed by TACT Design, the CorTen clad facade adds a sculptural quality to the minimalist design.
The custom residence opens up towards the ravine through large floor-to-ceiling windows that invite the landscape in.
The innovative design and use of unique materials make the Heathdale residence a standout in surrounding Toronto architecture.
From TACT Design:
66 Heathdale is a 3,200 sqft custom single-family residence located on the ravine of Cedarvale Park in Mid-town Toronto. This house projects a resolute demeanor towards the street with an undaunted face toward the ravine.
The carefully crafted inner core is grounded by the sculpted wooden stair, which culminates at the 3rd floor study and wrap-around terrace. Expansive windows allow the owners to dwell amongst the ravine’s tree canopy while the lower family area spills into the shaded rear yard.
The front dining area finds its comfort under the brow of the striking yet reserved Corten face. The dichotomy of the design responds to the contrasting public and private sides of the site; rooting it in its context while expressing the persona of the owners.
Design: TACT Design INC.
Size: 3,200 sqft
Location: Toronto, Canada
Photographer: David Giral
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